College of Osteopathic Medicine

College of Osteopathic Medicine

Administration

Joseph R. Johnson, D.O., FACOOG (Dist)
Dean
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Randy Litman, D.O., M.B.A., FACOFP, HPF, FAAO, FACOI
Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and GME
Designated Institutional Official of the ONMM Residency Program

Melanie Hicks, M.B.A., D.B.A.
Associate Dean of Accreditation and Business Operations

Jeffrey Jasperse, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Medical Education and Curriculum
Professor of Integrative Physiology

Chris Kennedy, J.D.
Vice Provost Health Affairs

Michael Neville, Pharm. D., BCPS, FASHP
Assistant Dean for Admissions and Student Life
Professor of Pharmacology

Vacant
Senior Associate Dean of Academic Operations

Joseph Gigliotti, Ph.D.
LUCOM Director for Institutional Research and Scholarship
Associate Professor of Physiology

Purpose

The purpose of the Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) is to educate osteopathic physicians who embody Christian values and excel in holistic patient care.

This catalog is not intended to be a contract or part of a contractual agreement between LUCOM and the student. The Catalog is available online at https://catalog.liberty.edu/osteopathic-medicine/. Changes in the content of the Catalog may be made at any time, by the University or College administration. Notice of anticipated changes will be given to the students in advance of implementation, whenever possible. Each addition of the Catalog supersedes all previous versions, documents, and directives where they may be in conflict. Failure to read the Catalog and to be familiar with the rules, policies, and procedures contained in it does not excuse the student from being required to comply with the provisions of the policy.

Liberty University reserves the rights to amend, modify, add to, or delete from its rules, policies and procedures without notice, affecting its institutional relationship with students as deemed necessary by the administration without such change being considered a violation of the relationship between the University or College and the student. Such changes may include but are not limited to changes in tuition and/or fees, academic requirements, curriculum or responsibilities of the student.

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